Attending the Takoma Park Folk Festival Is Good for Your Health

You love live music, right? Well, it turns out that it's not just fun, engaging, and transporting. A new study by O2 and Patrick Fagan, expert in behavioral science and Associate Lecturer at Goldsmith’s University, reveals that attending live music performances - specifically live, not just listening alone at home - confers substantial health benefits on attendees:

  • Longer lifespan

  • Increased sense of wellbeing - more effective than yoga and dog walking!

Read more about the study at https://news.o2.co.uk/press-release/science-says-gig-going-can-help-you-live-longer-and-increases-wellbeing/.

Most importantly, mark your calendar for September 16, 2018 and come to the Takoma Park Folk Festival - it's good for you! (And tell others you care about and want to be healthy to come too!)

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